Only took three weeks for my seven year old to be completely dry at night. Haven't had any accidents since. Easy for her to use and very effective. The sensor was almost too sensitive but the advice to wrap a small layer of tissue or toilet paper around it helped set that issue right.
This has worked really well for our son who is about to turn 10. He would wet the bed 1-3 times every night. Within the first two weeks he was getting up on his own when he heard the alarm (when before, he couldn’t get up even when we woke him). He has stopped using pull ups and is now wearing undies to bed. He has been using the alarm for almost 2 months and he has had one accident since those initial two weeks passed. We are really grateful for this alarm.
It worked for us after months of frustration with our (almost) 6 year old.
My child has been dry more often than not I am using the DRI Alarm in conjunction with my homemade reward chart. I am pleased with how it’s going.
My 8yo daughter was still wetting every other night. The pitch of the alarm wakes her, sometimes she's not full coherent, but enough to stop her wetting. She's confident and independent. The cost of the alarm already saved on nappies.
Cold or warm gently machine wash. Tumble dry on low heat or line dry in shade. Do not iron. Do not dry clean. Do not use fabric softener. Do not use bleach.
It is a good idea to wash your brolly sheets before use as this will soften the fabric and increase the absorbency.
It’s a good idea to have two – one on the bed and one in the wash – so you’re never caught out. What’s more, they’re a cinch to wash: simply throw in the machine and then in the dryer or on the line.